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Trend Micro collaborates with VMware to secure Software Defined Data Center

Trend Micro will be participating in VMware's vForum and VSS events across Asia Pacific starting this month to highlight its collaboration with VMware to enable the next evolution of virtualization - the Software Defined Data Center

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Trend Micro will be participating in VMware's vForum and VSS events across Asia Pacific starting this month to highlight its collaboration with VMware to enable the next evolution of virtualization - the Software Defined Data Center.

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Trend Micro is working with VMware to integrate Trend Micro's Deep Security with VMware NSX, the platform for network virtualization.

At these VMware events, Trend Micro will be discussing the latest advances in virtualized server and VDI security, along with sophisticated capabilities for detecting the latest in targeted attacks and web application vulnerabilities.

"With the rise of software defined data centers, Trend Micro is excited to work alongside VMware to create a comprehensive security backbone that protects the data center of the future," said Dhanya Thakkar, MD, India and Saarc, Trend Micro. "Through the product integration of Trend Micro advanced network security capabilities with VMware's next generation network virtualization platform, we can help simplify and automate how security is deployed, delivering reliable protection that easily scales to the needs of each customer."

The Software Defined Data Center maximizes all resources necessary to host an application including storage, networking and security. As part of the Trend Micro Cloud and Data Center Security Solution, Deep Security integrates anti-malware, Web reputation and firewall in addition to intrusion prevention, integrity monitoring and log inspection to protect mission-critical applications and data. The platform utilizes agentless and agent-based protection to automatically secure virtual servers and desktops, as well as private and public clouds.

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